Riverside

#3500 (12”)  

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RLP-3501 THE STAPLE SINGERS

 

Roebuck Staples (vcl,g)  Mavis Staples (lead vcl-1)  Cleothan, Purvis Staples (vcl group)  acc by Leonard Gaskin (b)  

Joe Marshall Jr. or Gus Johnson (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 20 &21, 1962  RLP-3501

 

Hammer and Nails (1) (2:29)

Gloryland (1) (3:05) 

Everybody Will Be Happy (2:34)  

Hear Me Call, Here (4:10) 

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (2:41) 

Great Day (2:01) 

I’m Willin’ (part 1) (2:54) 

I’m Willin’ (part 2) (2:36) 

Do You Know Him (2:13) 

New Born Soul (2:10) 

A Dyin’ Man’s Plea (2:50) 

New Home (3:43) 

NOTE: RLP-3501 “Staple Singers: Hammer and Nails”  produced by Orrin Keepnews and notes written by Gary Kramer. 

Recorded and mastered at Plaza Sound Studios by Ray Fowler. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and back liner photo by Steve Schapiro. 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3502 EDDIE “CLEANHEAD” VINSON

 

Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson (vcl, as)  acc by  Nat Adderley (cnt)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Joe Zawinul (p)  

Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

 RLP(S9)-3502, Rvs4512

 

Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago; September 19, 1961

      RLP(S9)-3502, Rvs4512

RF47 Hold It! (2:23)  

RF48 Back Door Blues (2:16)    

Arriving Soon (inst) (6:27) 

Kidney Stew (4:15) 

Audrey (4:41)   

Vinsonology (inst) (3:59) 

 

Bell Sound Studios, NYC; February 14, 1962

      RLP(S9)-3502

 

Bright Lights, Big City (2:14)

This Time (2:32) 

Person to Person (2:44)  

Just A Dream (2:59) 

 

NOTE: 4 titles of RLP(S9)-3502 also on Landmark LLP-1309, VDJ-1167CD

RLP(S9)-3502 “Back Door Blues”

Produced by “A Junat Productions”; notes written by Orrin Keepnews. Recorded by Ron Malo. (Chicago) 

Recorded and mastered by Bill Stoddard. (New York) 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Steve Schapiro. 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

35 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3503 THE COMPOSITIONS OF THRLONIOUS MONK

 

GERRY MULLIGAN QUARTET

Gerry Mulligan (brs)  Thelonious Monk (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)  Shadow Wilson (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; August 12, 1957

Straight No Chaser (take3) (6:57) RLP12-247, RLP-3503    R/Vic3021(s)

 

THELONIOUS MONK ORCHESTRA

Donald Byrd (tp)  Eddie Bert (tb)  Phil Woods (as) 

Charlie Rouse (ts) Pepper Adams (brs) 

Robert Nothern (frh)  

Jay McAllister (tu) Thelonious Monk (p) 

Sam Jones (b)  Art Taylor (drs)

Recorded in concert Town Hall, NYC; February 28, 1959

Off Minor (7:50)       RLP12-300, RLP-3503 

 

WES MONTGOMERY TRIO

Melvin Rhyne (org)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Paul Parker (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; October 5, 1959

Round Midnight (4:49) RLP12-310, RLP-3503, RLP-3522, Rvs45-431, M-47030

 

EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS - JOHNNY GRIFFIN

Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis (ts)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Junior Mance (p)  Larry Gales (b)  Ben Riley (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 7, 1961

Epistrophy (8:36)  JLP(S9)-39, RM(S)-3503, M-47035

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Victor Feldman (vib)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios,   NYC; May 11, 1961

Well, You Needn’t (6:25)  RLP(S9)-388, RLP-3503

 

JUNIOR MANCE TRIO

Junior Mance (p)  Jimmy Rowser (b)  Paul Gusman (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 1, 1961

Ruby, My Dear (5:55)  JLP(S9)-53, RLP-3503

 

NOTE: RLP-3503 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3503 (Orpheum)  

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3504 THE COMPOSITIONS OF MILES DAVIS 

 

HERBIE MANN’S CALIFORNAINS

Jack Sheldon (tp)  Herbie Mann (fl,b-cl-1)  Jimmy Rowles (p)  Buddy Clark  (b)  Mel Lewis (drs)

Capitol Tower Studios, LA; July 3, 1957

The Theme (1) (6:37) RLP12-245, JLP-5, RLP-3504

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Cannonball Adderley (as) 

Bill Evans (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; July 1, 1958

Nardis (take5) (5:28) RLP12-269, RLP-3504     

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Scott LaFaro (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; December 28, 1959

Blue in Green (take3) (5:18) RLP12-315, R(S9)-3504

 

WES MONTGOMERY QUINTET

James Clay (fl,ts)  Victor Feldman (p)  Wes Montgomery (g, b-g)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Los Angeles; October 11 & 12, 1960

Tune-Up (take 4) (4:29) RLP12-342,Rvs45-459,RLP-3504,M-47040, SMJ-6199

 

SAM JONES AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Melba Liston (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  

Tate Houston (brs)  Victor Feldman (p)  Les Spann (g)  Sam Jones (b)   Louis Hayes (drs)

NYC; January 13, 1961

Four (4:23) RLP(S9)-358, RM(S)-3504

 

DON RENDELL QUINTET

Graham Bond (as)  Don Rendell (ts)  John Bunch (p)  Tony Archer (b)  Phil Kinorra (drs)

London; June 17, 1961

So What (6:03)  JLP(S9)-51, RLP-3504

 

MARK MURPHY

Mark Murphy (vcl)  acc with  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Art Davis (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  

Ray Barretto (cng)  Ernie Wilkins (dir, arr)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; September 15, 1961

Milestones (2:26)  RLP(S9)-395, RLP-3504

 

RED GARLAND QUARTET

Red Garland (p)  Les Spann (g, fl)  Sam Jones (b)  Frank Gant (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 30, 1962

Solar (4:57) JLP(S9)-73, RLP-3504

 

NOTE: RLP-3504 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3505 THE COMPOSIITONS OF BENNY GOLSON

WYNTON KELLY

Wynton Kelly (p)  Kenny Burrell (g)  Paul  Chambers (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Metropolitan Sound Studios, NYC; January 31, 1958

Whisper Not (7:07)     RLP12-254, JLP-83, RM(S)-3505

 

BENNY GOLSON SEXTET

Kenny Dorham (tp)  J. J. Johnson (tb)  Benny Golson (ts) 

Wynton Kelly (p) Paul Chambers (b)  Max Roach (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; December 23, 1957

Out of the Past (6:24)

    RLP12-256, JLP-85, RLP-1124, RLP(S9)-350

 

BLUE MITCHELL SEXTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Curtis Fuller (tb)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; July 2 & 3, 1958

Blues March (10:20)  RLP12-273, RLP-3505, M-47055

 

CHET BAKER QUINTET & QUARTET

Chet Baker (tp)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Al Haig (p)  Paul Chambers (b) Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 1958

Fair Weather (6:55)         RLP12-281, RLP(S9)-3505

 

SAM JONES AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Melba Liston (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  

Tate Houston (brs)  Victor Feldman (p)  Les Spann (g)  Sam Jones (b)   Louis Hayes (drs)

NYC; January 13, 1961

Blues on Down (5:45) RLP(S9)-358, RM(S)-3505

 

MILT JACKSON AND WES MONTGOMERY

Milt Jackson (vib)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; December 18, 1961

Stablemates (take 4) (5:43)  RLP(S9)-407, RLP(S9)-3505

 

NOTE: RLP-3505 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3505

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3506 THE COMPOSITIONS OF CHARLIE PARKER

CLARK TERRY QUINTET

Clark Terry (tp)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Paul Chambers (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; April 17, 1957

Donna Lee (4:02) RLP12-237, RLP12-267, RLP-3506, JLP-10, M-47032

 

CHET BAKER SEXTET

Chet Baker (tp)  Galuco Masetti (as)  Gianni Basso (ts) 

Renato Sellani (p)  Franco Cerri (b)   Gene Victory (drs)  

Giulio Libano (arr) Milan, Italy; September 26, 1959

Cheryl Blues (4:59)

   Music LPM-2094, JLP(S9)-18, RLP(S9)-3506

 

BARRY HARRIS TRIO

Barry Harris (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Live at ‘The Jazz Workshop’, San Francisco; May 15 & 16, 1960

Moose the Mooche (6:06) RLP12-326, RM(S)-3506

 

HAROLD LAND SEXTET

Joe Gordon (tp)  Harold Land (ts)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Barr Harris (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

San Francisco; May 18, 1960

Klactoveedsedstene (9:55) JLP(S9)-20, RLP-3506

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Cannonball Adderley (as)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Victor Feldman (vib,p)  Ray Brown (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

LA; June 5, 1960

Au Privave (take 2) (4:49) RLP(S9)-355, RLP-3506

 

BLUE MITCHELL QUARTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Roy Brooks (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 24 & 25, 1960

Scrapple from the Apple (3:57) RLP(S9)-336, RLP-3506

 

SAM JONES AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Melba Liston (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  Tate Houston (brs)  

Wynton Kelly (p)  Victor Feldman (vib)  Les Spann (g)  Sam Jones (cello)  Keter Betts (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 26, 1961

Blue Bird (4:10) RLP(S9)-358, RM(S)-3506

 

NOTE: RLP-3506 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3506

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3507 THE COMPOSITIONS OD DUKE ELLINGTON, VOL. 1

 

THELONIOUS MONK TRIO

Thelonious Monk (p)  Oscar Pettiford (b)  Kenny Clarke (drs)

Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey; July 21 & 27, 1955

Black and Tan Fantasy (3:24)      RLP12-201, RLP-3507, M-47064, REP-111 

 

CLARK TERRY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Clark Terry (tp)  Britt Woodman (tb)  Johnny Hodges (as) 

Paul Gonzalves (ts)  Tyree Glenn (vib) Jimmy Woode (b)  

Sam Woodyard (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 6, 1957

Mood Indigo (6:53)         

      RLP12-246, RLP12-284, RLP-3507

 

JIMMY HEATH SEXTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Curtis Fuller (tb)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Paul Chambers (b)  Albert Heath (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 1959

Don’t You Know I Care (1) (4:57)      RLP12-314, RM(S)-3507

 

WES MONTGOMERY TRIO

Melvin Rhyne (org)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Paul Parker (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; October 5, 1959

Satin Doll (take 7) (3:53) RLP12-310, RLP-3507, M-47057, RIVM-001

 

CHARLIE BYRD TRIO

Charlie Byrd (g)  Keeter Betts (b)  Bertel Knox (drs)

Washington D.C.; 1959

In A Mellotone (3:13)    Offbeat OJ-3006, RLP’S9)-450, RLP-3507

 

JUNIOR MANCE TRIO

Junior Mance (p)  Ben Tucker (b)  Bobby Thomas (drs) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; October 25, 1960

Main Stem (4:21) JLP(S9)-30, RLP-3507

 

WILD BILL MOORE QUINTET

Wild Bill Moore (ts)  Johnny “Hammond” Smith (org)  Joe Benjamin (b)  Ben Riley (drs)  Ray Barretto (cga)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; July 5, 1961

Caravan (5:30)   JLP(S9)-54, RLP-3507

 

RED GARLAND TRIO

Red Garland (p)  Larry Gales (b)  Frank Gant (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 30, 1961

I Got It Bad and that Ain’t Good (5:17)  JLP(S9)-62, RM(S)-3507

 

NOTE: RLP-3507 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3507 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3508 THE COMPOSIITONS OF DIZZY GILLESPIE 

 

JOHNNY GIRIFFIN QUARTET

Johnny Griffin (ts)  Kenny Drew (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; February 26 & 27, 1958

Woody’n You (6:05)         RLP12-264, RLP12-284, RLP(S9)-3508, M-47054, SMJ-6285,

VIJJ-30018, VICJ-2158CD

 

PHILLY JOE JONES SEXTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Julian Priester (tb)  Johnny Griffin (ts)

Tommy Flanagan (p)  Jimmy Garrison (b)  

Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 17, 1958

Ow! (12:08)  -     RLP-3508

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Cannonball Adderley (as)  Milt Jackson (vib)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Percy Heath (b)  Art Blakey (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; October 28, 1958

 Groovin’ High (5:16)         RLP12-286, RLP-3508, RIVM-001

 

LES SPANN QUINTET

Julius Watkins (frh)  Tommy Flanagan (p)  Les Spann (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; December 16, 1960

Con Alma (3:33) JLP(S9)-35, RLP-3508

 

BARRY HARRIS QUINTET

Lonnie Hillyer (tp)  Charles McPherson (as)  Barry Harris (p)  Ernie Farrow (b)  Clifford Jarvis (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; September 28, 1961

Antholopology (4:14)  RLP(S9)-413, RM(S9)-3508, M-47050 

I Didn’t Know What Time It Was (4:07)   -    RM(S9)-3514

 

EDDIE JEFFERSON

Eddie Jefferson (vcl)  acc by Joe Newman (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  James Moody (as, fl)  

Johnny Griffin (ts)  Arthur Clarke (brs)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Barry Galbraith (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Osie Johnson (drs)  

Ernie Wilkins (arr) Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 8, 1962

A Night in Tunisia (3:29) RLP(S9)-411, RM(S9)-3508

 

THE METRONOMES

Paul Beason (1st tenor)  Julius Robinson (2nd tenor)  Conrad Moore (baritone)  Charles “Woody” Woodford (bass) are 

acc. by Junior Mance (p)  Les Spann (g)  Henry Griems (b)  Grady Tate (drs)  Melba Liston (arr. cond)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; 1962

Tour De Force (5:10) (omit chorus) RLP-3508

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Roy McCurdy (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 18, 1962

Lorraine (4:09)   RLP(S9)-3508

 

NOTE: RLP-3508 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Derdoff.

R(S9)LP-3508 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3509 THE COMPOSIITONS OF HORACE SILVER

 

JOE HARRIOTT QUINTET 

Hank Shaw (tp)  Joe Harriott (as)  Harry South (p)  Coleridge Goode (b) Bobby Orr (drs)

Lensdowne Studios, London; May 5, 1959

Senor Blues (4:00) Columbia(E) SEC-7939, JLP(S9)-37, RLP-3509

 

BLUE MITCHELL QUARTET & SEXTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Curtis Fuller (tb)  Jimmy Heath (ts) 

Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 28, 1959

Nica’s Dream (6:29)    

  RLP12-309, M047055, RLP-3509

 

WES MONTGOMERY TRIO

Melvin Rhyne (org)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Paul Parker (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; October 6, 1959

Ecorah (2:59)        RLP12-310, RLP(S9)3509

 

HARRY ARNOLD ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp)  Ernie Englund (tp)  Leif Uvemark (tp)  

Arnold Johansson (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  Andreas Skjold (tb)  Georg Vernon (tb)  Gunnar Medberg (tb)  Arne Domnerus (as)  

Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  Rolf Blomquist (ts)  Johnny Ehk (brs)  Rolf Larsson (p)  Georg Riedel (b)  

Jack Noren (drs)  Harry Arnold (cond) Stockholm, Sweden; November 21, 1960

Sister Sadie (4:16) Metronome MLP-15081,JLP(S9)-65,RLP-3509

 

BLUE MITCHELL WITH STRINGS AND BRASS

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Bernie Glow (tp)  Burt Collins (tp)  Britt Woodman (tb)  Julian Priester (tb)  

Willie Ruff (frh)  Tommy Flanagan (p)  Tommy Williams (b)  Charlie Persip (drs)  with large string section conducted by 

Harry Lookofsky Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; December 27, 1960

Peace (1) (3:53) RLP(S9)-367, RLP-3509

Strollin’ (2) (3:16) RLP(S9)-367, RLP-3509, M-47055 

 

MARK MURPHY

Mark Murphy (vcl)  acc with  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Art Davis (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  

Ray Barretto (cng)  Ernie Wilkins (dir, arr) Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; September 15, 1961

Doodlin’ (3:24)   RLP(S9)-395, RLP-3509

 

JUNIOR MANCE TRIO

Junior Mance (p)  Bob Cranshaw (b)  Mickey Roker (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 14, 1962

Filthy McNasty (4:15) RLP-3509

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Roy McCurdy (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 18, 1962

Home Cooking (1) (3:21) RLP(S9)-3509

 

NOTE: RLP-3509 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3509

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3510 THE COMPOSIITIONS DUKE ELLINGTON, VOL. 2 

THELONIOUS MONK TRIO

Thelonious Monk (p)  Oscar Pettiford (b)  Kenny Clarke (drs)

Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey; July 21 & 27, 1955

It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got 

That Swing (4:38) RLP12-201, RLP-3510, RM483, REP-111

 

CLARK TERRY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Clark Terry (tp)  Britt Woodman (tb)  Johnny Hodges (as) 

Paul Gonzalves (ts)  Tyree Glenn (vib) Jimmy Woode (b) 

Sam Woodyard (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 6, 1957

C Jam Blues (3:02)      RLP12-246, RLP-3510

 

NAT ADDERLEY QUARTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Gene Harris (p)  Andre Simpkins (b)  Bill Dowdy (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 1958

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (4:29) RLP(S9)12-285, RLP-3510

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; January 13 & 14, 1960

Prelude to A Kiss (3:16)   RLP12-317, RLP-3510

 

YUSEF LATEEF QUINTET

Yusef Lateef (ts-1, fl-2, oboe-3)  Hugh Lawson (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Herman Wright (b)  Lex Humphries (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; May 9, 1960

I’m Just A Lucky So and So (3) (4:33) RLP12-325, RLP-3510

 

DICK MORGAN TRIO

Dick Morgan (p)  Keter Betts (b)  Bertell Knox (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; October 31, 1960

Rocks in My Bed (4:37) RLP(S9)-347, Rvs45-461, RLP-3510

 

WES MONTGOMERY QUINTET

Wes Montgomery (g)  Hank Jones (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Lex Humphries (drs)  Ray Barretto (cng-1) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 4, 1961

Cotton Tail (1) (3:39)   RLP(S9)-382, RLP-3510

 

THE METRONOMES

Paul Beason (1st tenor)  Julius Robinson (2nd tenor)  Conrad Moore (baritone)  Charles “Woody” Woodford (bass) are acc. by 

Junior Mance (p)  Les Spann (g)  Henry Griems (b)  Grady Tate (drs)  Melba Liston (arr. cond)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; 1962

I Let A Song Go Out of My Heart (8:08) (omit chorus)  RLP-3510

 

NOTE: RLP-3510 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3510

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3511 THE COMPOSITIONS OF TADD DAMERON 

 

HERBIE MANN’S CALIFORNAINS

Jack Sheldon (tp)  Herbie Mann (fl,b-cl-1)  Jimmy Rowles (p)  Buddy Clark  (b)  Mel Lewis (drs)

Capitol Tower Studios, LA; July 3, 1957

The Theme (1) (6:37) RLP12-245, JLP-5, RLP-3504

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Teddy Kotick (b)  Pau Motian (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 27, 1956

 Our Delight (4:42)      RLP12-223, RLP-3511

 

EDDIE “LOCKJAW” DAVIS - JOHNNY GRIFFIN

Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis (ts)  Johnny Griffin (ts) 

Junior Mance (p)  Larry Gales (b)  Ben Riley (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 4 & 10, 1960

Good Bait (7:39) JLP(S9)-42, RLP-3511, JLP(S9)-1001 -

 

DAVE PIKE QUARTET

Dave Pike (vib)  Barry Harris (p)  Reggie Workman (b)  Billy Higgins (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 30 & February 9, 1961

Hot House (4:08) RLP(S9)-360, RLP-3511

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)

Bell Sound Studios, NYC; March 13, 1961

If You Could See Me Now (6:27)  RLP(S9)-363, RLP(S9)-3511

 

BLUE MITCHELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Bernie Glow (tp)  Burt Collins (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Urbie Green (tb)  

Willie Ruff (frh)  Tommy Flanagan (p)  Tommy Williams (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)  with large string cond. by Harry Lookofsky

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; March 29 & 30, 1961

Smooth as the Wind (2) (5:10)  RLP(S9)-367, Rvs4510, RLP-3511, M-47055

 

TADD DAMERON ORCHESTRA

Charlie Shavers(tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Britt Woodman (tb)  Julius Watkins (frh) 

 Leo Wright (as, fl)  Jerry Dodgion (as, fl)  Jerome Richardson (ts, fl)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Tate Houston (brs)  

Bill Evans (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)  Tadd Dameron (arr)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; March 9, 1962

Fontainebleau (4:09) RLP(S9)-419, RLP-3511

 

MILT JACKSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Clark Terry (tp)  Doc Severinson (tp)  Dave Burns (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Melba Liston (tb)  Willie Ruff (frh)  

James Moody (as, fl)  George Dorsey (as, fl)  Jerome Richardson (ts, fl)  Jimmy Heath (ts, fl)  Tate Houston (brs)  

Milt Jackson (vib)  Hank Jones (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Connie Kay (drs)  Tadd Dameron (arr) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 19 & 20, 1962

The Dream Is You (3:08)   RLP(S9)-429, RLP(S9)-3511

 

NOTE: RLP-3511 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3511 (sampler)

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3512 THE COMPOSITIONS OF BOBBY TIMMONS 

 

NAT ADDERLEY SEXTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Bobby Timmons (p)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Sam Jones (b-1, cello-2)  Keter Betts (b-3, cello-4)  

Percy Heath (b-5)  Louis Hayes (drs) Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; January 27, 1960

Pretty Memory (1,3) (3:50) RLP12-318, RLP(S9)-3512, S-5

 

BILLY TAYLOR TRIO

Billy Taylor (p)  Henry Grimes (b)  Ray Mosca (drs)

Live at ‘the Prelude’, NYC; February 4, 1960

Moanin’ (5:19) RLP12-319, RLP(S9)-3512

 

JOHNNY GRIFFIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Clark Terry (tp)  Bob Bryant (tp)  Matthew Gee (tb) 

Julian Priester (tb) Frank Strozier (as) Johnny Griffin (ts)  

Edwin Williams (ts)  Charles Davis (bs) 

Harold Mabern (p)  Victor Sproles (b) Charlie Pership (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; May 31, 1960

So Tired (6:34) RLP(S9)-331, REP3203, RLP(S9)-3512

 

JIMMY HEATH AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Clark Terry (tp, flh)  Tom McIntosh (tb)  Dick Berg (frh)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  

Jimmy Heath (ts)  Pat Patrick (brs)  Cedar Walton (p)  Percy Heath (b)  Albert Heath (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 28, 1960

Dat Dere (4:24) (1) RLP12333, RLP(S9)-3512

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Clark Terry (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Nick Travis (tp)  Bob Brookmeyer (tb)  Melba Liston (tb)  

Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Paul Faulise (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  George Dorsey (as, fl)  Jerome Richardson (piccolo, fl, ts)  

Oliver Nelson (ts, fl)  Arthur Clarke (brs)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Don Butterfield (tu)  Ray Barretto (cnga)  

Charlie Persip (drs)  Louis Hayes (drs)  Ernie Wilkins (arr)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 28, 1961

This Here (2:59)  RLP(S9)-3512, Rvs4528

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Albert Heath (drs)

‘live’ at The Village Vanguard, NYC; October 1, 1961

Popsy (6:11)   RLP(S9)-391, RLP(S9)-3512

 

JOHNNY LYTLE QUINTET

Johnny Griffin (ts)  Johnny Lytle (vib)  Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 29, 1962

 

Soul Time (4:33) JLP(S9)-67, RLP(S9)-3512

 

NOTE: RLP-3512 produced by Orrin Keepnews and re-mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3512 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3513 THE STAPLE SINGERS 

 

Roebuck Staples (vcl,g)  Mavis Staples (lead vcl)  Yvonne, Purvis Staples (vcl group)  acc by Maceo Woods (org) 

Al Duncan (drs)  unknown (chimes) Universal Studios, Chicago; 1962

XY143 The Virgin Mary Had One Son 

XY144 There Was A Star 

  Joy to the World 

  The Savivour Is Born 

  Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem 

  Wasn’t That A Mighty Day 

  The Last Month of the Year 

  Go Tell It on the Mountain 

  Holy unto the Lord 

  Sweet Little Jesus Boy 

  No Room at the Inn 

  Silent Night 

 

NOTE: RLP-3513 “Staple Singers: The Twenty-Fifth Day of December”

RLP(S9)-3513 produced by Orrin Keepnews and recorded by Bob Averill. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff, back liner photo by Jim Marshall. 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3514 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY RICHARD RODGERS 

 

THELONIOUS MONK TRIO

Thelonious Monk (p)  Oscar Pettiford (b)  Art Blakey (drs)

Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey; March 17 & April 3, 1956

You Are Too Beautiful (4:55) RLP12-209, RM(S9)-3514

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Cannonball Adderley (as) 

Bill Evans (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; July 1, 1958

People Will Say We’re in Love (9:38)   RLP-3514 

 

BARRY HARRIS QUINTET

Lonnie Hillyer (tp)  Charles McPherson (as) 

Barry Harris (p)  Ernie Farrow (b)  Clifford Jarvis (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; September 28, 1961

I Didn’t Know What Time It Was (4:07)   RLP(S9)-413, RM(S))-3514

 

RED GARLAND TRIO

Red Garland (p)  Larry Gales (b)  Frank Gant (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 30, 1961

Where or When (6:09)  JLP(S9)-62, RM(S9)-3514

 

JOHNNY LYTLE QUINTET

Johnny Griffin (ts)  Johnny Lytle (vib)  Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 29, 1962

My Funny Valentine (4:12) JLP(S9)-67, RM(S9)-3514

 

EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW’ DAVIS - JOHNNY GRIFFIN QUINTET

Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis (ts)  Horace Parlan (celeste)  Buddy Catlett (b)  Ben Riley (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 5, 1962

Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (3:39) RM(S9)-3514

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Chuck Israels (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Sound Makers Inc. Studios, NYC; June 5, 1962

It Might As Well Be Spring (6:03)  RLP(S9)-428, R(S9)-3514, M-47046

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Roy McCurdy (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 19, 1962 

The Sweetest Sound (4:56) RLP(S9)-422, RLP-3514

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3514 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3514 (Fantasy reissue)

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3515 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY COLE PORTER 

SONNY ROLLINS QUARTET

Sonny Rollins (ts)  Sonny Clark (p)  Percy Heath (b)  Roy Haynes (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; June 11 & 12, 1957

Every Time We Way Goodbye (3:21) RLP12-241, RLP12-272, RM(S9)-3515

 

CLARK TERRY QUINTET

Clark Terry (tp,flh)  Don Butterfield (tb)  Jimmy Jones (p) 

Sam Jones (b)  Art Taylor (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; February 24 & 26, 1959

My Heart Belong to Daddy (3:06)

RLP12-295, RSLP-1137, RLP-3515, M-47032

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Victor Feldman (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

‘live’ at the Lighthouse, California; October 16, 1960

What Is This Thing Called Love? (4:43) RLP(S9)-344, R(S)-3515

 

JOHNNY GIRIFFIN QUINTET

Julius Watkins (frh)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Bill Lee (b)  Larry Gales (b)  Ben Riley (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 7, 1961

In The Still of the Night (3:25) RLP(S9)-368, RM(S9)-3515

 

GEORGE SHEARING WITH THE MONTGOMERY BROTHERS

George Shearing (p)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Buddy Montgomery (vib)  Monk Montgomery (b)    Walter Perkins (drs)

United Sound Studios, LA; October 9, 1961

RF39 Love for Sale (3:32)  JLP(S9)-55  J45-711, RM(S9)-3515

 

EDDIE ‘LOCKJAW’ DAVIS - JOHNNY GRIFFIN QUINTET

Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis (ts)  Johnny Griffin (ts)  Horace Parlan (p)  Buddy Catlett (b)  Ben Riley (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 5, 1962

From This Moment on (6:02) JLP(S9)-76, RM(S9)-3515

 

MILT JACKSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Clark Terry (tp)  Nat Adderley (tp)  Bernie Glow (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Melba Liston (tb)  

Paul Foulise (tb)  George Dorsey (as)  James Moody (ts, fl)  Jerome Richardson (ts, fl)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  Arthur Clark (brs)  

Milt Jackson (vib)  Hank Jones (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)  Ernie Wilkins (arr, cond)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 19 & 20, 1962

You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to (2:59) RLP(S9)-429, RM(S9)-3515

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3515 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3515 (Fantasy reissue) 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3516 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY JEROME KERN

 

SONNY ROLLINS TRIO

Sonny Rollins (ts)  Sonny Clark (p)  Paul  Chambers (b)  Roy Haynes (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; June 19, 1957

The Last Time I Saw Paris (1) (2:55)    RLP12-241, RLP-3516, Rvs45-604, RIVM-001

 

WES MONTGOMERY TRIO

Melvin Rhyne (org)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Paul Parker (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; October 6, 1959

Yesterdays (3:13)

RLP12-310, Rvs45-431, RLP(S9)3516

 

BLUE MITCHELL QUARTET & SEXTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Curtis Fuller (tb)  Jimmy Heath (ts) 

Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; September 28, 1959

The Way You Look Tonight (1) (3:18) RLP12-309, RLP-3516

 

CHET BAKER SEXTET & QUARTET

Chet Baker (tp)  Galuco Masetti (as)  Gianni Basso (ts)  Renato Sellani (p)  Franco Cerri (b)  Gene Victory (drs) 

Guild Libano (arr) Milan, Italy; October 6, 1959

Look for the Silver Lining (4:39) Music LPM-2094, JLP(S9)-18, RLP-3516

 

NAT ADDERLEY AND THE BIG SAX SECTION

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Yusef Lateef (ts, fl, oboe)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  Charlie Rouse (ts)  Tate Houston (brs)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Jim Hall (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 9, 1960

The Folk Who Lives on the Hill (4:15) RLP(S9)-330, RLP-3516

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Clark Terry (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Nick Travis (tp)  Bob Brookmeyer (tb)  Melba Liston (tb)  

Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Paul Faulise (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  George Dorsey (as, fl)  Jerome Richardson (piccolo, fl, ts)  

Oliver Nelson (ts, fl)  Arthur Clarke (brs)  Wynton Kelly (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Don Butterfield (tu)  Ray Barretto (cnga)  

Charlie Persip (drs)  Louis Hayes (drs)  Ernie Wilkins (arr)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; February 28, 1961

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (3:00)  RLP(S9)-377, RLP-3516

 

RED GARLAND TRIO

Red Garland (p)  Larry Gales (b)  Frank Gant (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 30, 1961

Long Ago and Far Away (3:49)  JLP(S9)-62, RLP-3516

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Chuck Israels (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Sound Makers Inc. Studios, NYC; June 5, 1962

In Love in Vain (4:56) RLP(S9)-428, R(S9)3516, M-47046 

 

BOBBY TIMMONS TRIO

Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Roy McCurdy (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 19, 1962

Why Was I Born? (5:49)  RLP(S9)-422, RLP-3516

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3516 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3516 (Japanese reissue) 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3517 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY GEORGE GERSHWIN  

 

THELONIOUS MONK TRIO

Thelonious Monk (p)  Oscar Pettiford (b)  Art Blakey (drs)

Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey; March 17 & April 3, 1956

 Liza (3:10) RLP12-209, RLP12-267, RLP-3517, REP-113, S-3

 

BILLY TAYLOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Jerry Sanfino (fl)  Bill Slapin (fl)  Jerome Richardson (fl) 

Herbie Manne (fl)  Billy Taylor (p)  Tom Williams (b)  

Albert Heath (drs)

A & R Recording Studios, NYC; July 24, 1959

Oh, Lady Be Good (4:40) -    R(S)-3517

 

CHARLIE BYRD TRIO

Charlie Byrd (g)  Keeter Betts (b)  Bertel Knox (drs)

Washington D.C.; 1959

How Long Has This Been Going On? (3:41) Offbeat OJ-3006, RLP(S9)-450, RLP-3517

 

CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; February 1, 1960

Soon (5:32) RLP12-322, R(S)-3517

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Chuck Israels (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Sound Makers, Inc. NYC; May 17, 1962

Summertime (5:58)  RM(S9)-473, RM(S)-3517

 

GEORGE SHEARING WITH THE MONTGOMERY BROTHERS

George Shearing (p)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Buddy Montgomery (vib)  Monk Montgomery (b)    Walter Perkins (drs)

United Sound Studios, LA; October 9, 1961

RF37 Love Walked in (take 11) (2:10)  JLP(S9)-55, J45-710, J2502, RM(S9)-3517

 

 

HARRY EDISON - EDDIE DAVIS QUINTET

Harry Edison (tp)  Eddie Davis (ts)  Hugh Lawson (p)  Ike Isaacs (b)  Clarence Johnston (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; April 18, 1962

I’ve Got a Crush on You (5:54) RLP(S9)-430, RLP(S9)-3517 

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Scott LaFaro (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

live at The Village Vanguard, NYC; June 25, 1961

My Man’s Gone Now (6:21)  RLP(S9)-376, R(S9)3517, *9248-3 (Impulse label)

 

JOHNNY LYTLE QUINTET

Johnny Griffin (ts)  Johnny Lytle (vib)  Bobby Timmons (p)  Sam Jones (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 29, 1962

But Not for Me (5:33) JLP(S9)-67, RM(S9)-3517 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3517 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3517 (Fantasy reissue) 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3518 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY HAROLD ARLEN 

 

RANDY WESTON TRIO

Randy Weston (p)  Sam Gill (b)  Wilbert G.T. Hogan (drs)

Van Gelder Studios, Hackensack, New Jersey; August 29 & 31, 1955

 Get Happy (3:43)          RLP12-203, RLP-3518

 

ERBIE MANN SEXTET

Herbie Mann (fl, alto-fl, b-cl)  Urbie Green (tb) 

Jack Nimitz (brs, b-cl)  Joe Puma (g)  Oscar Pettiford (b)  

Charlie Smith (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; April 1, 1957

When the Sun Comes Out (3) (5) (5:05)

RLP12-234, RLP12-244, RLP-3518

 

WYNTON KELLY

Wynton Kelly (p)  Kenny Burrell (g)  Paul  Chambers (b) 

Metropolitan Sound Studios, NYC; January 31, 1958

 Ill Wind (4:19)            RLP12-254, RLP-3518

 

BILL EVANS TRIO

Bill Evans (p)  Scott LaFaro (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; December 28, 1959

Come Rain or Come Shine (3:17) RLP12-315, R(S9-)3518, P-24052

 

HARRY ARNOLD ORCHESTRA (Popular series)

Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Ernie Englund (tp)  Weine Renliden (tp)  Leif Uvemark (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  Andreas Skjold (tb)  

Jorgen Johansson (tb)  Georg Vernon (tb)  Arne Domnerus (as)  Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  Rolf Blomqvist (ts)  

Johnny Ehk (brs)  Toots Thielemans (hca)  Rune Ofverman (p)  George Riedel (b)  William Schopffe (drs)

Stockholm, Sweden; November 11, 1960

That Old Black Magic (1) (4:02) Metronome MLP-15081, JLP(S9)-65, RLP-3518

 

SAM JONES AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Blue Mitchell (tp)  Melba Liston (tb)  Cannonball Adderley (as)  Jimmy Heath (ts)  Tate Houston (brs)  

Wynton Kelly (p)  Victor Feldman (vib)  Les Spann (g)  Sam Jones (cello)  Keter Betts (b)  Louis Hayes (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 26, 1961

Over the Rainbow (6:33) RLP(S9)-358, RLP-3518

 

WES MONTGOMERY QUINTET

Wes Montgomery (g)  Hank Jones (p)  Ron Carter (b)  Lex Humphries (drs)  Ray Barretto (cng-1) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 4, 1961

One for My Baby (7:44)   RLP(S9)-382, RLP-3518

 

FRANK STROZIER SEXTET

Frank Strozier (as)  George Coleman (ts)  Pat Patrick (brs, fl)  Chris Anderson (p)  Bill Lee (b)  Walter Perkins (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; September 12, 1961

The Man That Got Away (1) (4:05)  JLP(S9)-56, RLP-3518

 

MARK MURPHY

Mark Murphy (vcl)  acc with  Clark Terry (tp)  Bernie Glow (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Jimmy Cleveland (tb)  Melba Liston (tb)  

Evans (p)  Sam Herman (g)  Wendell Marshall (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  Ray Barretto (cng)  Ernie Wilkins (dir, arr) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; October 16, 1961

Out of This World (4:45)  RLP(S9)-395, RLP-3518

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3518 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3518 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3519 GREAT JAZZ ARTISTS PLAY IRVING BERLIN  

 

THELONIOUS MONK 

Thelonious Monk (p) Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; April 16, 1957

All Alone (4:50)       RLP12-235, RLP-3519

 

BILLY TAYLOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Phil Bodner (fl)  Herbie Manne (fl)  Frank Wess (fl) 

Jerome Richardson (fl)  Billy Taylor (p)  Tom Williams (b)  

Dave Bailey (drs)  Chano Pozo (cng)

A & R Recording Studios, NYC; July 20, 1959

The Song Is Ended (3:49) RLP12-306, RLP-3519

 

TERI THORNTON

Teri Thornton (vcl)  acc with Clark Terry (tp)

Britt Woodman (tb)  Earl Warren (as)  Seldon Powell (ts)  

Wynton Kelly (p)  Freddie Green (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  Norman Simmons (arr, cond)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; December 23, 1960

Blue Skies (2:33) RLP(S9)-352, RLP-3519

 

WES MONTGOMERY QUARTET

Buddy Montgomery (p, vib)  Wes Montgomery (g)  Monk Montgomery (b)  Bobby Thomas (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 3, 1961

Remember (5:37) RLP(S9)-362, RLP-3519

 

BILL EVANS TRIO 

Bill Evans (p)  Scott LaFaro (b)  Paul Motian (drs)

Bell Sound Studios, NYC; February 2, 1961

How Deep Is the Ocean? (3:30) RLP(S9)-351, R(S9)-3519, Rvs45-462, M-47034 

 

CLIFFORD JORDAN - SONNY RED

Sonny Red (as)  Clifford Jordan (ts)  Tommy Flanagan (p)  Art Davis (b)  Elvin Jones (drs)

Bell Sound Studios, NYC; February 14, 1961

They Say It’s Wonderful (4:12) RLP-3519

 

CHARLIE BYRD QUARTET

Barry Harris (p)  Charlie Byrd (g)  Keeter Betts (b)  Buddy Deppenschmidt (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; October 23, 1961

Alexander’s Ragtime Band (5:25) Offbeat OLP-3009, RLP(S9)-453, RLP-3519

 

BLUE MITCHELL QUINTET

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Junior Cook (ts)  Cedar Walton (p)  Gene Taylor (b)  Roy Brooks (drs)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 28 & 30, 1962

How Deep Is the Ocean? (6:40)   RLP(S9)-439, RLP-3519

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-3519 produced by Orrin Keepnews and cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-3519 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3520 RAY BARRETTO 

Ray Barretto (conga drs, bongos-1, timbales-2)  “El Negro” Vivar (tp)  “Chombo” Sylva (ts)  Joe Canoura (fl)  Mike Stancerone (vln) 

Alfredito Valdez, Jr. (p)  Ricky Jackson (b)  Ray Mantilla (timbales)  Wito Kortwright (giodp)  Willie Rodriguez, Rudy Calzado (perc) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 11, 1963 

Carnaval (theme from “Black Orpheus”) (4:25) 

Sugar’s Delight (3:23) (1) 

Exodus (5:20) 

Descarga La Moderna (4:26) 

Summertime (2:57) 

El Negro y Ray (5:54) (2) 

Mira Que Linda (2:31) 

Concinando Suave (6:01) 

 

NOTE: RLP-3520 “Latino!” produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. Notes written by Ray Barretto. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

R(S9)LP-3520 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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RLP-3521 EVERYBODY’S DOIN’ BOSSA NOVA

 

CHARLIE BYRD

Charlie Byrd (g) unknown (b) (drs) (cello)-1 (tb) (fl) (perc)-2

NYC; c. 1962

One Note Samba (1) (2:06) RM(S9)-3521

O Passaro (The Bird) (2) (3:45) 

O Pato (The Duc) (2:07) 

MARK MURPHY 

Mark Murphy (vcl)  acc by orchestra conducted by Al Cohn

NYC; c. 1962

XY355 It’s Like Love (2:06) RM(S9)-3521, R-4537

XY356 Fly Away, My Sadness (2:06) 

RAY BARRETTO ORCHESTRA

Details unknown NYC; c. 1962

Mira Que Linda (2:30) RM(S9)-3521

Carnaval (theme from “Black Orpheus” (4:25) -

ART MOONEY ORCHESTRA

Details unknown NYC; c. 1962

Tenderly (2:34) RM(S9)-3521

St. Louis Blues (2:22) 

Midnight Sun (2:20) 

ART MOONEY’S BOSSA NOVA BOYS

Details unknown NYC; c. 1962

Sugar Loaf (2:04) RM(S9)-3521

BILLY MURE AND THE 7 KARATS

Details unknown NYC; c. 1962

A String of Guitars (1:56) RM(S9)-3521

 

NOTE: RM-3521 “Everybody’s Doin’ the Bossa Nova” cover designed by Ken Deardoff; back-liner photos by Steve Schapiro. 

RM-3521 

           

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

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R(S9)M-3522 ‘ROUND MIDNIGHT’  

 

Outstanding Versions of THELONIOUS MONK’S Great Jazz Classic

Milt Jackson (vib) and orchestra arranged and conducted by Tadd Dameron (6:46) 

Wes Montgomery Trio;

Wes Montgomery (g)  Mel Rhyne (org)  Paul Parker (drs) 4:49) Barry Harris Trio; Barry Harris (p)  

Bob Cranshaw (b)  Clifforf Jarvis (drs) (5:22) 

Sam Jones Quintet; Les Spann(fl)  Joe Zawinul (p)  Sam Jones (cello)  Israel Crosby (b) 

Vernel Fournier (drs) (5:31) 

Thelonious Monk Quartet;

Gerry Mulligan (brs) Thelonious Monk (p) 

Wilbur Ware (b)  Shadow Wilson (drs) (8:16) 

Johnny Griffin Quartet; Johnny Griffin (ts) 

Junior Mance (p)  Larry Gales (b) 

Ben riley (drs) (5:22) 

George Russell Sextet; Don Ellis (tp)  Dave Baker (tb) 

Eric Dolphy (as)  George Russell (p) 

Stephen Swallow (b)  Joe Hunt (drs) (6:29) 

 

NOTE: R(S9)M “’Round Midnight’ produced and notes written by Orrin Keepnews, recorded by Jack Higgins and Ray Fowler. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff, back liner photo by Steve Schapiro. 

R(S9)M-3522

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUR PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York 

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R(S9)M-3523 MONGO SANTAMARIA AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

 

Marty Sheller (tp)  “Chocolate” Armenteras (tp-1)  Pat Patrick (fl, sax)  Bobby Capers (fl, sax)  Rene Hernandez or 

Rodgers Grant (p, on -2)  Victor Benegas (b)  Mongo Santamaria (cng, bng)  “Kako” (Latin perc)  Osvaldo Martinez (Latin perc)  

Frank Balerino (Latin perc)  La Lupe (vcl-3)  unknown (chorus-3)

 

Plaza Sound Studios,  NYC; c. late 1962

Besito Pa Ti (3) (4:39) RM(S9)-3523

Kiniqua (4:19) 

Canta Bajo (3) (3:35) 

Uncle Calpso (2) (3:27) 

Montuneando (1) (3) (4:01) 

Que Lindas Son (1) (4:38) 

Oye Este Guaganco (3) (2:45) 

Este Mambo (3) (4:39) 

Quiet Stroll( 2) (7:59) 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-3523 “Mongo Santamaria: Mongo Introduces La lupe” produced by Orrin Keepnews, notes written by Dr. Eligio Valera. 

Recorded by Ray Fowler. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Peter Oliver. 

RM(S9)-3523 (label no credit) 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS Inc.

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, N.Y.

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R(S9)M-3524 THE STAPLE SINGERS

 

Roebuck Staples (vcl,g)  Mavis Staples (lead vcl)  Yvonne, Purvis Staples (vcl group)  acc by Phil Upchurch(el-b)  

Johnny Pate (b)  Al Duncan (drs)

 

Universal Studios, Chicago; 1962

 

This Land (2:39) RLP(S9)-3524

Old Time Religion (2:29)         M-47028

Blowin’ in the Wind (2:26) 

Wish I Had Answered (2:47) 

Twelve Gates to the City (2:40) 

Didn’t It Rain (2:46) 

Swing Down, Chariot! (2:38) 

Cottonfields (2:10) 

Motherless Children (3:00) 

A Better Home (3:18) 

 

Roebuck Staples (vcl, g)  Marvis Staples (vcl)  Cleotha Staples (vcl)  Pervis Staples (vcl) 

 acc by  Maceo Woods (org) Al Duncan (drs) 

Universal Studios, Chicago; 1962

Let That Liar Alone (2:43) RLP(S9)-3524

Gamblin’ Man (2:39) -    M-47028

 

NOTE: R(S9)M-3524 “The Staple Singers: This Land” produced noes written by Orrin Keepnews; 

Recording Engineer: Bob Averill and Bob Kidder. 

Cover designed and photo by Ken Deardoff, back liver photo by Staple Family. 

RLP(S9)-3524 

         

RIVERSIDE RECORDS Inc.

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, New York 

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R(S9)M-3525 TERI THORNTON

 

Teri Thornton (vcl)  acc with Clark Terry (tp) Britt Woodman (tb)  Earl Warren (as)  Seldon Powell (ts)  

Wynton Kelly (p)  Freddie Green (g)  Sam Jones (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  Norman Simmons (arr, cond)

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; December 23, 1960

RLP(S9)-352, Rvs45-455

Lullaby of the Leaves (2:45)

Detour Ahead (3:09) 

My Old Flame (3:27) 

Dancing in the Dark (2:28) 

Blue Champagne (3:08) 

Blue Skies (2:33)     RLP-3519

Sam Herman (g) replaces F .Green 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; January 10, 1961

RLP(S9)-352, RM)S9)-3525, Rvs45-455

Devil May Care (2:44)

The Song Is You (2:29) 

What’s Your Story, Morning Glory (3:44) 

Left Alone (3:25) 

I Feel A Song Comin’ On (2:39) 

What’s New (4:08) 

 

NOTE: all 6 titles also on RM(S9)-3525 and SMJ-6142, VIJ-4067

RLP(S9)-352 “Devil May Care” reissued as RM(S9)-3525 

RLP-3519 “Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions of Irving Berlin”

RM(S9)-3525 “Lullaby of the Leaves” produced by Orrin Keepnews; recording Engineer: Ray Fowler.

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and back-liner photo by Lawrence N. shustak. 

RLP-352       RLP-3519      RM(S9)-3525 

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R(S9)M-3526

 


R(S9)M-3527 STAPLE SINGERS 

STAPLE SINGERS: Roebuck, Mavis, Yvonne and Pervis Staple (vcl) acc by Roebuck Staple (g)  Phil Upchurch (el-b)  

Al Duncan (drs)

 

Place and date unknown

RLP(S9)-3527

The Light of Mine

Let Jesus Lead You 

Hard Rain Gonna Fall 

You Got Shoes 

What Are They Doing 

Will the Lord Remember Me 

My Dying Bed 

Praying Time 

I Can’t Help From Cryin’ Sometime 

Masters of War 

 

NOTE: RLP-3527 “This Little Light” produced by Orpheum Productions. Recording engineer: no information and notes written by Lawrence Cohn. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph: no information. 

RLP-3527 (Orpheum)

               

ORPHEUM PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, N.Y., N.Y. 10036 

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R(S9)M-3528

 


R(S9)M-3529 MONGO SANTAMARIA AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Marty Sheller (tp)  Pat Patrick (as, fl)  Bobby Capers (ts, fl)  Rodger Grant (p)  Victor Venegas (b) 

Frank Hernandez (drs)  Kalil Madi (drs)  Mongo Santamaria (cga)  Julian Cabrera (perc)  Chihuahua Martinez (perc, vcl)

‘live’ at The Village Gate, NYC; September 2, 1963

 

Introduction by "Symphony Sid" (0:40)  

El Toro (6:43)  

Fatback (5:59) 

Mongo’s Groove (3:07) 

Creole (2:29)  

Para Ti (5:35)

RLP-3530, M-47038(-2CD), VICJ-23134CD

The Jungle Bit (7:13)   

My Sound (1) (2:57)  

The Morning after (6:40) 

Nothing for Nothing (7:13) 

 

NOTE: (1) M. Santamaria solo

9 titles (except: “Para Ti”) of Battle BLP-6129 also on RLP-3529 & M-47012 

Battle BM(S9)-6129 ”Mongo at the Village Gate”

RLP-3529 “Mongo Santamaria at the Village Gate” 

Produced and notes written by Orrin Keepnews; recording Engineer: Ray Fowler & Dave Jones. Cover photo by Gai Terrell. 

RLP-3529 (Orpheum) BM(S9)-6129 

                         

ORPHEUM PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, N.Y., N.Y. 10036 

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R(S9)-3530 MONGO SANTAMARIA AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Nat Adderley (cnt)  Marty Sheller (tp, latin perc)  Hubert Laws (piccolo, fl, ts)  Bobby Capers (as, brs)  

Rodgers Grant (p)  Victor Venegas (b)  Jimmy Cobb (drs)  Mongo Santamaria (cga, bngo)  Carmelo Garcia (timbales)  

“Chihuahua” Martinez (latin perc)  Wito Korwright (latin perc)

 

Live ‘Village Gate’, NYC; Spring 1964

RM(S9)-3530

Skins (3:30)

Corn Bread Guajira (2:35)  

Ray Lucas (drs) replaces for J. Cobb

Hammer Head (3:25)  

N. Adderley out

Fatback (2:28)  

Dot, Dot, Dot (5:10)  

Dirty Willie (5:27)  

Sweet ‘Tater Pie (2:40)  

Dulce Amor (5:06)  

Tacos (6:32)  

C. Garcia also on (drs)

Bembe Blue (6:37)  

Para Ti (5:35) 

 

NOTE: all titles of RM(S9)-3530 also on M-47038, MCD-47038-2, VICJ-23134CD

RM(S9)-3530 “Mongo Explodes” Produced by Orpheum Productions; recording Engineer: no information

Cover designed by Werner Pfeiffer and photograph by Fred Seligo.

RM(S9)-3530 (Orpheum)

             

ORPHEUM PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, N.Y., N.Y. 10036 

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R(S9)-3531 RAY BARRETTO / CHARANGA BAND: BARRETTO PARA BAILAR  

Ray Barretto Charanga Band: Ray Barretto (perc) with Tito Puente, Jose Curbelo, Eddie Bonnemere, tito Rodriquez and others.

 

Place and date no credit 

RLP-3531

 

Pachanga Oriental (2:52)

Barretto en la Tumbadora (3:04) 

Cumbamba (2:47) 

El Paso (2:35) 

Linda Mulata (3:03) 

Oye Heck (2:44) 

Los Cueros (3:07) 

Pachanga Suavecito (3:38) 

Ponte Dura (3:59) 

Pachanga para Bailar (2:55) 

 

NOTE: R(S9)-3531 produced by Orpheum Productions and cover design by Sam Alexander, photograph by Will Faller. 

RLP-3531 (Orpheum) 

             

ORPHEUM PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, N.Y., N.Y. 10036 

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